Brenda Pogue’s husband, Lester, cataloged the Churchill-Burns family history in his book “The African American Heritage of Yuba County, 1849-1870.” She holds the genealogy he created in the 1980s.
Brenda Pogue’s husband, Lester, cataloged the Churchill-Burns family history in his book “The African American Heritage of Yuba County, 1849-1870.” She holds the genealogy he created in the 1980s. Marjorie Kirk mkirk@sacbee.com
Brenda Pogue’s husband, Lester, cataloged the Churchill-Burns family history in his book “The African American Heritage of Yuba County, 1849-1870.” She holds the genealogy he created in the 1980s. Marjorie Kirk mkirk@sacbee.com

Family reunion remembers historian of Marysville settlement

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